StyroCrete Workshop at Food Forest Farms
Hello everyone, I have some exciting news to share with you. Are you interested in learning new skills that can help you build a lightweight and stable structure for your homestead from waste material? Why not help grow a community of like-minded individuals while pushing new methods of UpCycling forward.
I’m pleased to announce that Food Forest Farms in Federal Way, Washington, will be hosting a StyroCrete workshop from May 19th to 22nd, 2023. The workshop will be taught by Brian Norton, aka Scramblin online, a highly motivated and experienced builder who has been experimenting with StyroCrete for many years.
At this workshop, you’ll learn the techniques and skills needed to create stable and sturdy building blocks using StyroCrete. StyroCrete is an excellent material for building because it is lightweight, durable, pest and mold resistant, and can withstand extreme weather conditions because it is such an awesome insulator. Since it uses the industrial waste stream of dense Styrofoam, which would otherwise end up in landfills, it’s an elegant permaculture solution.
The workshop will start at noon on May 19th and end on the afternoon of May 21st. There are only six seats available, so be sure to reserve your spot now at FoodForestFarms. Food and drinks will be provided, and there will be indoor camping accommodations available for those who want to stay on-site.
As a special bonus for TSP-MSB members, there is a discount code available on the Members Support Brigade page. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from a skilled builder and to connect with a community of do-ers who are passionate about self-sufficiency and sustainability.
So, what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn a new skill and connect with like-minded individuals and build community. Reserve your seat today for the StyroCrete workshop at Food Forest Farms in May 2023. Just click on the WorkShop picture on the main page at Food Forest Farms Dot Com
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